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danbuter 02-11-2011 06:09 PM

How do I delete a gadget from desktop?
 
Enlightenment is a bit of a learning experience for me.
Anyways, I accidently added an extra iBar as a gadget, and I can't figure out how to delete it so that I only have the normal iBar at the bottom. Any help would be appreciated.

danbuter 02-11-2011 09:32 PM

Fixed it. I guess you have to right-click on an existing icon to delete the gadget ibar. I was right-clicking outside the icons.

Jeff91 02-13-2011 12:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by danbuter (Post 4255720)
Fixed it. I guess you have to right-click on an existing icon to delete the gadget ibar. I was right-clicking outside the icons.

:) Lost of fun tricks to be learning

~Jeff

krustybaguette 02-27-2011 07:12 PM

re: ibar and other neat tricks
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeff91 (Post 4257042)
:) Lost of fun tricks to be learning

~Jeff

I take it that the name "ibar" is a not-so-oblique reference to that other 'nix based OS that's based in Cupertino??? I had a similar problem because in my intial setup I put everything on there, not really knowing what I was doing. The I compounded the problem by thinking the ibar was a shelf ;) Well, I got both problems figured out and in the meantime started taking advantage of the 4 desktops, which is easier than clicking on the taskbar and hoping the background app will come back.

I noticed the original poster was using a thinkpad. I currently have bodhi on a Toshiba Portege 7140ct with a dock, but the latches on the laptop and the dock don't work so I have velcro holding it all together :D Anyway, after I liquidate my other computers, a netbook and a powerbook g4, I am going to get a used Thinkpad. I'd kind of like one with a smallish screen, like my 12" powerbook, but in Lenovo/IBM thinkpads that seems to be their tablet models. Would I be able to use the tablet functionality in Linux?

I'm open to suggestions.

kb

Jeff91 02-28-2011 12:46 AM

Bodhi runs well on most tablet computers (even has a profile optimized for the touch screen). I use it on my Asus T101MT and one of my friends uses it on an older dell tablet. As for if something works with Linux, most touch screen do work - but as with any hardware and Linux do some research before purchasing to see if it is supported under a current kernel.

~Jeff

markall 03-02-2011 03:43 PM

Other than not having a touchpad, zareason & system76 have excellent hardware integration without having morning-after regrets. For a touchpad, Emperorlinux's Raven is a choice, a bit pricey -- but hey, it's a tablet and it (should) Just Work. You can verify that much with their staff.


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